BiliChek System Non-invasive jaundice assessment device
Non-invasive jaundice assessment device
The BiliChek noninvasive, transcutaneous bilirubinometer assesses the risk of hyperbilirubinemia (newborn baby jaundice) in newborns. Using light instead of a needle, it allows you to easily measure serum bilirubin levels.
Clinically proven, the BiliChek bilirubinometer virtually eliminates the costs and time associated with blood draws and laboratory services. There is less risk of infection, less trauma, and no pain while allowing a fast time to discharge or a decision toward treatment.
Flexible data entry streamlines workflow
The barcode scanner allows for accurate entry and verification of nurse and patient identification information. A numeric key pad allows user to enter or attach patient or nurse information to the patient's bilirubin measurement. The reader interfaces with hospital charting or laboratory information systems.
Step-by-step instructions save time
Easy-to-read, step-by-step instructions, graphics and a fast measurement system increase proficiency and productivity. The on-board Help system walks the user through the measurement process and provides access to the online Help menu.
Power supply options
Available with desk top power supply (Product # 989805644881) or wall mount power supply (Product # 989805644871)
Ergonomic & reliable design for long-lasting performance
The ergonomic design is slim and light for ease in handling, and an integral, rechargeable lithium battery is designed to provide long-lasting performance.
Gold award winner for appliance DESIGN magazine
BiliChek was named as a winner in appliance DESIGN magazine’s 23rd Annual Excellence in Design Awards Competition. This competition honors those designers who have excelled in meeting the modern challenge of harmoniously melding technology and industrial design.
BiliCal individual calibration tips
Made of disposable plastic to decrease risk of infection from cross-contamination associated with multiple patient devices.
The BilEclipse phototherapy patch
Isolates a section of skin before, during, and after phototherapy so that transcutaneous bilirubin measurements can be taken with BiliChek
Supporting providers and parents in managing newborn jaundice
The high percentage of newborns who develop jaundice combined with the move towards shorter stays in the maternity ward requires increasingly innovative ways to diagnose and manage this common condition to avoid readmission.
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